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Technical Information Manual
PC 300GL Types 6563, 6564, 6574
PC 300PL Type 6565

IBM
Technical Information Manual
PC 300GL Types 6563, 6564, 6574
PC 300PL Type 6565

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Technical Information Manual IBM PC 300GL Types 6563, 6564, 6574 and PC300PL Type 6565
Second Edition (March 2000)
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. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44 Diskette Drive Interface . 3 Hardware compatibility . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 Wake on LAN. . . . . . vii POST . . 50 Rocker switches . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61 BIOS. . . . . . . . . . . 10 Power supply connector . . . . 27 Connector description . . . . . . . . . . . . 45 Keyboard and mouse ports . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .System compatibility . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Diskette drive connector. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Serial port connector . . . . . . . . . . . . . .System Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55 POST error codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 System memory connector . . . . . . . . .System board features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Appendix D. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 IDE bus master interface . . . . . . . . 25 Beep codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 Software interrupts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55 Power input . . . . Notices and Trademarks . . . . . 21 assignments. 25 Appendix E. . . 2 DVD-ROM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 v . . . . . . . 25 Power output . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 PCI connectors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 PCI configuration space map. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 ADSL modems. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46 Network connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55 Chapter 4. . . . . . . . . . 13 Appendix B. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 Wake on Ring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 Advanced Configuration and Power Interface (ACPI) 30 Chapter 1. vii Plug and Play . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Diagnostic program. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 Intel Pentium III microprocessor with MMX technology 5 Features . . . . . . . . 30 CD-RW . .Contents Preface . . . . .Physical specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40 USB interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45 Parallel port. . . . . . . . . . . . . . Connector pin assignments 33 Chip set control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 Output protection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Wake on LAN connectors. . . . 3 Hardware interrupts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53 PC 300 GL and PL desktop . . . . . . . . .Power supply . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Parallel port connector . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Terminology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 Bibliography. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Mouse and keyboard port connectors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . viii Configuration/Setup Utility program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47 Flash EEPROM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44 Serial ports . . . . 5 L2 Cache . 1 Flash update utility program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 PCI Bus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Appendix A. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .System software. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 IDE connectors . . 33 System memory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Chapter 6. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44 Integrated peripheral controller . . . . . . . . . 17 Appendix C. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 DMA I/O address map. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 USB port connectors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 Advanced Power Management (APM) . . . . 29 Related publications . . . 13 Real-time clock and CMOS . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48 Physical layout. . . . . . . . . . 57 Component outputs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 SVGA monitor connector . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42 Video Subsystem . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 System memory map . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59 Chapter 5. . Error codes . . . . . . . . . . . 21 PC300 PL and GL tower . . . . . . . . 51 Cable connectors . . . . . . . . 30 Features. 47 Expansion adapters. . . . . . System address maps. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 DVI-I monitor connector . . . . . . . . 31 Software compatibility . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43 Audio Subsystem . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 Chapter 2. . . . . . . . . . . 13 Input/output address map . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Connector panel . . . IRQ and DMA channel Chapter 3. . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Machine-sensitive programs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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and it can also be ordered from IBM. and information on how to obtain help and service.ibm. 6574 and PC 300PL personal computer type 6565. and maintaining the PC 300GL and the PC 300PL personal computer. It is available at http://www. • Understanding Your Personal Computer This online document includes general information about using computers and detailed information about the features of the PC 300GL and the PC 300PL personal computer. Several publications mentioned in this book are available from the IBM Web site.ibm. 6564. © Copyright IBM Corp.ibm.com/pc/support on the World Wide Web. • PC 300GL and PC 300PL User Guide This publication contains information about configuring. and Information" section in the PC 300GL and PC 300PL User Guide. Also included are warranty information. • About Your Software This publication (provided only with computers that have IBM-preinstalled software) contains information about the preinstalled software package.com/pc/support. as well as installing new options in the PC 300GL and PC 300PL personal computer. This publication is available on the World Wide Web at http://www. It is available at http://www.S.ibm. Service.com/pc/us/cdt on the World Wide Web. • Network Administrator’s Guide This publication contains information for network administrators who configure and service local area networks (LANs). instructions for diagnosing and solving problems. Related publications In addition to this Manual. In some cases. and Puerto Rico. To order printed publications in the U. In other countries. The Manual is intended for developers who want to provide hardware and software products to operate with these IBM computers and provides an in-depth view of how these IBM computers work. see the "Getting Help.Preface This Technical Information Manual provides information for the IBM PC 300GL personal computer types 6563. contact an IBM reseller or an IBM marketing representative. operating. call 1-800-879-2755. Users of this publication should have an understanding of computer architecture and programming concepts. To purchase a copy. • Hardware Maintenance Manual This publication contains information for trained service technicians. you will have to follow further instructions on the Web site to find the document for your particular computer and model.com/pc/us/cdt on the World Wide Web. Look for this publication at http://www. the following IBM publications provide information related to the operation of the IBM PC 300GL and PC 300PL personal computer. 2000 vii . • Compatibility Report This publication contains information about compatible hardware and software for the PC 300GL and PC 300PL personal computer.

1 KB equals 1 024 bytes (210). read the register first and change only the bits that must be changed. When expressing storage capacity. or permanent damage to the hardware. Use of reserved areas can cause compatibility problems. some signals are represented in an all-capital-letter format (-ACK). Note: Depending on the operating system and other requirements. and registers that should not be changed. loss of data. The term hex indicates a hexidecimal number. A minus sign in front of the signal indicates that the signal is active low. and G are used. and 1 GB. If you change the contents of a register. The value is determned by counting the number of sectors and assuming thatevery two sectors equals 1 KB. No sign in front of the signal indicates that the signal is active high. MB equals 1 000 KB (1 024 000). 1 MB equals 1 048 576 bytes (220). viii PC 300 GL and 300 PL . For example. not powers of 10. When possible. they typically indicate powers of 2. M. equals 1 073 741 824 bytes (230). When numerical modifiers such as K. preserve the state of the reserved bits.Terminology Attention: The term reserved describes certain signals. bits. the storage capacity available to you might vary. In this manual.

2000 1 . or some. standard on some models • CD-RW (Rewritable) drive. of the following major features: • Room for up to 1 GB of system memory total • Integrated IDE bus master controller.Chapter 1. standard on some models • Asset security — Security settings provided by the Configuration/Setup Utility program: – Power-on and administrator password protection – Startup sequence control – Hard disk drive and diskette drive access control – I/O port control — Cover lock loop (PC 300GL models only) — Cover key lock (PC 300PL models only) — U-bolt and security cabling (optional) 1. © Copyright IBM Corp. Actual playback speed will vary and is often less than the maximum possible. Features Your computer has: • An Intel® Pentium® III microprocessor with MMX™ technology. and 512 KB L2 cache Your computer may have all. 6564. streaming single instruction multiple date (SMID) extensions. Variable read rate. Ultra DMA-66 capable • EIDE hard disk drive • System management — Remote Program Load (RPL) and Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) — Wake on LAN® support — Desktop Management Interface (DMI) BIOS and DMI software — Integrated network protocols — Enablement for Remote Administration — Ability to update POST and BIOS over the network — Wake on Ring support — Automatic power-on startup — System Management (SM) BIOS and software — Ability to store POST hardware test results — Selectable startup sequence — Selectable Automatic Power ON Startup Sequence — CMOS Save/Restore utility program — CMOS setup over LAN • IDE CD-ROM1 drive. and 6574 and PC 300PL personal computer type 6565 are computer systems that provide state-of-the-art computer power with room for future growth. standard on some models • DVD-ROM drive. standard on some models • Asynchronous Digital Subscriber Line (ADSL) modem. System Overview IBM® PC 300® GL personal computer types 6563.

and Microsoft® Windows® Sound System applications) • Networking — IBM 10/100 megabits-per-second (Mbps) PCI Ethernet adapter with Wake on LAN in some models — IBM PCI token-ring adapter with Wake on LAN support (optional) • Expansion: four drive bays. — Diskette write-protection™ — Alert on LAN • Accelerated graphics port (AGP) video adapter with up to 16 MB of Synchronous Graphics Random Access Memory (SGRAM) • Integrated 16-bit audio controller and built-in high-quality speaker (supports SoundBlaster. standard on some models. and recording CD-RWs.com/pc/support.5-mm audio jacks (in/headphone out. and DVDs. Adlib. DVD-ROM DVD-ROM drives.ibm. 1. microphone) CD-RW CD-Rewritable (CD-RW) drives. DVI-I port on the AGP adapter (on some models) — Three 3. therefore DVDs provide more storage space. erasing CD-RWs. Their light reflective properties are about one-third that of traditional CDs. CD-RW drives cannot read DVDs. enable the recording and reuse of CD recordable media. see the Understanding Your Personal Computer publication for your personal computer model and type number. see the Understanding Your Personal Computer publication for your personal computer model and type number.5-inch. differ from CD-ROM and CD-RW drives as the result of refinements in laser technology. CD-RWs. mouse port — One 15-pin. but many older CD players cannot read CD-RWs. DVD media also use both sides of the disk. ECP/EPP parallel port — Two 9-pin. 2 PC 300 GL and 300 PL . CD-RW drives can read traditional CDs. DVD-ROM drives read traditional CDs. This publication is available on the World Wide Web at http://www. To learn more about DVD-ROM drives. The laser used in CD-RW has variable temperatures to provide the three functions of CD-RW drives: playing CDs or CD-RWs. DDC2B-compliant monitor port or — One 24-pin.44 MB diskette drive • Input/Output features — One 25-pin. line in. To learn more about CD-RW drives. standard on some models. three PCI expansion slots • PCI I/O bus compatibility • EnergyStar compliance (some models only) • 3.ibm. keyboard port — One 6-pin. 16550 universal asynchronous receiver/transmitter (UART) serial ports — Two 4-pin. as opposed to just one side for CDs and CD-RWs. Universal Serial Bus (USB) ports — One 6-pin. The recording tracks on DVD media are not as deep and are more condensed than on CDs or CD-RWs.com/pc/support. This publication is available on the World Wide Web at http://www.

refer to the menu item for Wake on LAN in the Configuration/Setup Utility program. • Modem Ring Detect: Use this option if the computer has an internal modem. To learn more about ADSL modems.ADSL modems ADSL modems. One channel is data download. or pairs of wires if there are six. the other is data upload. Wake on LAN The power supply of the computer supports the Wake on LAN feature. To find out if the Wake on LAN feature is set. Also contact your Internet service provider (ISP) to determine if they provide service to customers with ADSL. Chapter 1. This publication is available on the World Wide Web at http://www. To use the Wake on LAN feature. The outer wires on either side carry data between your computer and the Internet. such as a splitter or a filter. Use the menu for setting the Wake on Ring feature in the Configuration/Setup Utility Program. your computer must be equipped with a network adapter that supports Wake on LAN. ADSL modems work by using separately the individual four or six wires in the standard RJ-11 telephone jack. carry voice transmissions. the computer can be turned on when a specific LAN frame is passed to the computer over the LAN. Two options control this feature: • Serial Ring Detect: Use this option if the computer has an external modem connected to the serial port. System Overview 3 . Contact your local telephone service provider and ask if your premises need any additional telephony equipment. See the PC 300GL and PC 300PL User Guide for help with using the Configuration/Setup Utility program.ibm.com/pc/support. enable simultaneous internet connectivity and telephone service. available on some models. The inner wires. Wake on Ring All models can be configured to turn on the computer after a ring is detected from an external or internal modem. see the Understanding Your Personal Computer publication for your personal computer model and type number. With the Wake on LAN feature.

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Features The features of the Pentium III microprocessor are as follows: • Optimization for 32-bit software • Operation at a low voltage level • Intel microprocessor serial number • 64-bit microprocessor data bus • 100-133 MHz front-side bus (FSB) • Math coprocessor • Internet Streaming SIMD extensions • MMX technology. Intel Pentium III microprocessor with MMX technology PC 300 GL personal computer types 6563. and 6574 and PC 300 PL personal computer type 6565 come with an Intel Pentium III microprocessor. For an illustration of the system board. System board features This section includes information about system board features. the L2 cache is non-ECC. see “Physical layout” on page 14. The amount of system memory factory-preinstalled varies by model. and audio data L2 Cache The Pentium III microprocessor provides up to 512 KB L2 cache. More information on this microprocessor is available at http://www. The microprocessor has an attached heat sink which plugs directly into a connector on the system board. If nonparity memory is installed. PCI-to-ISA bridge • USB ports • SMBus • Enhanced DMA controller • Real-time clock (RTC) System memory The maximum amount of system memory the computer can physically accommodate is 1 GB total. © Copyright IBM Corp.intel. 6564.com on the World Wide Web. The L2 cache error corrected code (ECC) function is automatically enabled if ECC memory is installed.Chapter 2. which boosts the processing of graphic. 2000 5 . video. Chip set control The chip set design is the interface between the microprocessor and the following: • Memory subsystem • PCI bus • IDE bus master connection • High performance.

35 cm (2. The following information applies to system memory: • Synchronous dynamic random access memory (SDRAM) is standard. A mix of nonparity types configures as nonparity. and 512 MB. the system board provides two dual inline memory module (DIMM) connectors and supports 133 MHz DIMMs in sizes of 64 MB. • Only PC 100 and PC 133 industry-standard. For information on the pin assignments for the memory modules connectors. • DIMM connectors do not support RAMBUS Inline Memory Modules (RIMMs). The following table shows some possible configurations for the supported DIMMs. For memory expansion. gold-lead DIMMs are supported. • BIOS sepcific auto-configure. • The maximum height of memory modules is 6. auto-detect maximum system memory. Table.5 in. 100 MHz DIMMs may be used in systems with a 100 MHz FSB. 1. see “System memory connector” on page 34. Memory Configuration (MB) Total Memory Mem O Mem 1 64 64 0 96 64 32 128 64 64 128 128 0 160 128 32 192 128 64 256 128 128 384 256 128 512 256 256 512 512 0 578 512 64 640 512 128 1024 512 512 6 PC 300 GL and 300 PL . • The PC 300GL supports error-corrected code (ECC). 125 MB.).

As devices are added to the IDE interface. The speed of the USB is up to 12 MBps with a maximum of 127 peripheral devices. There are two IDE ports. Ultra DMA 66 transfers up to 66 Mbps using an ATA 66 cable. and ground voltage. Features of USB technology include: • Plug and Play devices • Concurrent operation of multiple devices • Suitability for different device bandwidths Chapter 2. +12 V dc. one designated Primary and the other Secondary. For the IDE interface. For information on the connector pin assignments. see “IDE connectors” on page 42. The total number of physical IDE devices is determined by available space on the system board. It connects directly to the PCI bus and is designed to allow concurrent operations on the PCI bus and IDE bus.” on page 53. device. The chip set is capable of supporting PIO mode 0–4 devices and IDE DMA mode 0–3 devices. System board features 7 .PCI Bus The PCI bus originates in the chip set. These designations are determined by switches or jumpers on each device. The USB connectors use Plug and Play technology for installed devices. no resource assignments are given in the system memory or the direct memory access (DMA) channels. or subordinate. or primary. USB interface Universal Serial Bus (USB) technology is a standard feature of your personal computer. allowing for up to four devices to be attached.0. The USB is compliant with Universal Host Controller Interface Guide 1. Features of the PCI bus are: • Integrated arbiter with multitransaction PCI arbitration acceleration hooks • Zero-wait-state. device and another as the slave. see “Input/output address map” on page 48 and “Appendix C. if that device is a hub. microprocessor-to-PCI write interface for high-performance graphics • Built-in PCI bus arbiter • Microprocessor-to-PCI memory write posting • Conversion of back-to-back. The IDE devices receive their power through a four-position power cable containing +5 V dc. The bus master for the IDE interface is integrated into the I/O hub of the chip set. A USB-enabled device can attach to a connector and. IRQ and DMA channel assignments. microprocessor-to-PCI memory write to PCI burst write • Delayed transaction • PCI parity checking and generation support IDE bus master interface The system board incorporates a PCI-to-IDE interface that complies with the AT Attachment Interface with Extensions. multiple peripheral devices can attach to the hub and be used by the system.2 compliant. The chip set is PCI 2. sequential. For information on the resource assignments. The system board provides the USB interface with two connectors integrated into the chip set. designate one device as the master.

• Support for up to five-meter cable length from host to hub or hub to hub • Guaranteed bandwidth and low latencies appropriate for specific devices • Wide range of packet sizes • Limited power to hubs For information on the connector pin assignment for the USB interface. on some models. and a 15-pin VGA converter. The Savage4 graphics accelerator supports the following features: • 128-bit 2D graphics engine • High-performance 2D/3D video accelerator • 3D rendering • Motion video architecture • High-speed memory bus • Flat-panel monitor support • ACPI and PCI power management • PCI 2. a DVI-connector. TV outlet on a daughter card. S3 Diamond AGP 4X adapter with 32 MB 143 MHz SDRAM with a DVI-I connector and. S3 Savage4 Accelerated Graphics Port (AGP) 4X adapter with 8 MB 125 MHz SDRAM and a 15-pin VGA connector 2. see “USB port connectors” on page 44. S3 Savage4 Extreme AGP4X adapter with 16 MB 166 MHz SGRAM. lit pixels-per-clock cycle • Single-pass multi-texturing • 32-bit Z/stencil buffer • Anti-aliasing: full scene. including bus mastering • 300 MHz RAMDAC with gamma correction • Serial bus and flash ROM support • Hardware and BIOS support for VESA timing and DDC monitor communications • 2. The S3 Diamond graphics accelerator supports the following features: • 128-bit 3D graphics engine • Two texture-mapped.2 bus support.3V/5V tolerant I/O 3.5 V core with 3. Video Subsystem The PC 300GL personal computer types 6563. and 6574 ad PC 300PL personal computer type 6565 come with one of the following graphic solutions: 1. order independent • Up to 2048 x 1536 resolution • 30 frames per second (fps) full screen DVD playback • National Television Systems Committee (NTSC) digital output (optional) • Phase Alternate Line (PAL) digital output (optional) • DVI-I interface • Bidirectional Media Port and CCIR-656 video capture port (optional) 8 PC 300 GL and 300 PL . 6564.

IRQ and DMA channel assignments. graphics controller.The integrated video subsystem supports all video graphics array (VGA) modes and is compliant with super video graphics array (SVGA) modes and Video Electronics Standards Association (VESA) 1. Normally assigned to IRQ 0B when nothing else is installed in the system. see “Appendix B. 3D. System board features 9 . CRT controller. sequencer. including 2D. 3D systems use this interrupt. Chapter 2.1 standard and uses DDC1 and DDC2B to determine optimal values during automatic minor detection. attribute. Some enhanced features include: • Integrated video subsystem on chip. 125 MHz SDRAM or 166 MHz SGRAM interface • Plug and Play support • 4 MB dynamic display cache memory • Advanced Power Management (APM) support • Color space conversion • Hardware scaling The integrated graphics memory controller subsystem complys with the VESA Display Data Channel (DDC) 1. extended CRTC registers IRQ PCI interrupt 1 (enabled by default in the Configuration/Setup Utility program. N/A for AGP bus For further information on resource assignments.) DMA None.” on page 47 and “Appendix C. and video port • 66 MHz AGP system bus interface with 2X and 4X • Sideband signaling (some models only) • Command list bus mastering support for fast 2D and 3D performance • 64-bit. Video subsystem resources Resource Assignment ROM Hex C0000-C7FFF (32KB) RAM Hex A0000-BFFFF (standard VGA frame buffer) I/O VGA. extended sequencer.” on page 53. Table 2. The video subsystem has the following resource assignments. RAMDAC.2. System address maps.

Adlib.5 70 03 Text 80 x 25 characters 16 B8000 28. which are capable of playing and recording sounds.175 31. The device drivers are also available on the Device Drivers and Diagnostics CD provided with models that come with preinstalled software. The device drivers for the preinstalled audio adapter are on the hard disk. Audio Subsystem PC 300GL and PC 300PL personal computers come with an integrated audio controller. Note: Additional device drivers might be required.175 31. For information on monitor connector pin assignments see “Appendix A. follow the instructions provided by the manufacturer. Connector pin assignments.175 31. If you connect an optional device to the audio adapter.5 60 12 Graphics 640 x 480 pixels 16 A0000 25. Supported VGA video modes Dot Sweep Refresh Mode Display Buffer Screen resolution Colors clock rate rate (Hex) mode start (hex) (MHz) (kHz) (Hz) 00 Text 40 x 25 characters 2 B8000 28.5 70 0E Graphics 640 x 200 pixels 16 A0000 25.5 70 10 Graphics 640 x 350 pixels 16 A0000 25.5 70 04 Graphics 320 x 200 pixels 4 B8000 25.5 60 13 Graphics 320 x 200 pixels 256 A0000 25. 10 PC 300 GL and 300 PL . Table 3. and 6574 and the PC 300PL type 6565 support the following video subsystem modes. support SoundBlaster.175 31.175 31.5 70 06 Text 640 x 200 pixels 2 B8000 25.322 31. 6564.175 31. If necessary.175 31.5 70 0F Graphics 640 x 350 pixels Mono A0000 25.5 70 07 Text 80 x 25 characters Mono B8000 28.322 31.322 31. and Microsoft Windows Sound System applications.5 70 11 Graphics 640 x 480 pixels 2 A0000 25.322 31. These models.5 70 01 Text 40 x 25 characters 16 B8000 28.175 31. The following connectors are available on the audio adapter or integrated audio controller: • Line Out port for connecting powered speakers or headphones.5 70 The video subsystem provides a 15-pin monitor connector on the system board.175 31. The PC 300GL personal computer types 6563.” on page 33 for SVGA and DVI.322 31. You must connect a set of speakers to the Line Out port to hear audio from the adapter. On some models.5 70 02 Text 80 x 25 characters Black/white B8000 28.5 70 05 Graphics 320 x 200 pixels 4 B8000 25.175 31. an optional 24-pin DVI-I monitor connector is provided on the AGP board.5 70 0D Graphics 320 x 200 pixels 16 A0000 25. contact the manufacturer for information on these device drivers.

see “Diskette drive connector” on page 43. • Line In port for connecting musical devices. The serial ports are NS16450 and PC16550A compatible.44 MB. which supports Plug and Play technology. These speakers must be powered with a built in amplifier. 3. The following is a list of devices that the diskette drive subsystem supports: • 1. see “Serial port connector” on page 45. any powered speakers designed for use with personal computers can be used with the audio adapter. The two serial ports include 16-byte data. For information on the connector pin assignments. Chapter 2. For information on the connector pin assignments. Serial ports Two universal asynchronous receiver/transmitter (UART) serial ports are integrated into the system board. controls the following features: • Diskette drive interface • Serial port • Parallel port • Keyboard and mouse ports Diskette Drive Interface PC 300GL and PC 300PL personal computers have four drive bays for installing internal devices. such as a portable CD-ROM player or stereo. 500 Kbps. the integrated peripheral controller (SMC FDC 87B813). Integrated peripheral controller Control of the integrated input/output (I/O) and diskette drive controllers is provided by a single module. System board features 11 .5 inch. This module.25 inch diskette • 1 Mbps. first-in first-out (FIFO) buffers and have programmable baud rate generators. • Microphone for connecting a microphone. 3-mode drive for Japan (no BIOS support for 3-mode drive) • 1.2 MB. These speakers are available with a wide range of features and power outputs.5 inch diskette drive • 1. 5.44 MB. or 250 Kbps internal tape drive One connector is provided on the system board for diskette drive support. In general. Note: Current loop interface is not supported. 3.

The keyboard has two fixed I/O addresses. Serial port assignments Port assignment Address range (hex) IRQ level Serial 1 03F8–03FF IRQ4 Serial 2 02F8–02FF IRQ3 Serial 3 03E8–03FF IRQ4 Serial 4 O2E8–027F IRQ13 The default setting for the serial port is COM1. 12 PC 300 GL and 300 PL . The modes of operation are selected through the Configuration/Setup Utility program with the default mode set to SPP. For information on the connector pin assignments. see “Mouse and keyboard port connectors” on page 45. a fixed IRQ line. For the keyboard and mouse interfaces. the mouse relies on the addresses of the keyboard for operation. Table 5. For information on the connector pin assignments. controls the mouse and keyboard subsystem. Keyboard and mouse ports A general purpose 8-bit microcontroller. and standard parallel port (SPP) modes.” on page 53. The system board has one connector for the keyboard port and one connector for the mouse port. 8042AH compatible. The following figure shows the serial port assignments in the configuration. no resource assignments are given in the system memory addresses or DMA channels. For information on the resource assignments. see “Parallel port connector” on page 46. The controller has two logical devices: one controls the keyboard and the other controls the mouse. The mouse cannot operate without the keyboard because. Table 4. Parallel port Integrated in the system board is support for extended capabilities port (ECP). IRQ and DMA channel assignments. Parallel port assignments Port assignment Address range (hex) IRQ level Parallel 1 03BC–03BE IRQ7 Parallel 2 0378–037F IRQ5 Parallel 3 0278–03FF IRQ5 The default setting for the parallel port is Parallel 1. see “Input/output address map” on page 48 and “Appendix C. The following figure shows the parallel port assignments used in the configuration. The controller consists of 256 bytes of data memory and 2 KB of read-only memory (ROM). enhanced parallel port (EPP). The system board has one connector for the parallel port. and can operate without the mouse. although it has a fixed IRQ line.

Network connection Some PC 300 GL and PC 300 PL models are equipped with an Ethernet or token-ring adapter that supports the Wake on LAN feature. The system uses 242 bytes of complementary metal-oxide semiconductor (CMOS) memory to store data. Features of the optional Wake on LAN Ethernet adapter are: • Operates in shared 10BASE-T or 100BASE-TX environment • Transmits and receives data at 10 Mbps or 100 Mbps • Has an RJ-45 connector for LAN attachment • Operates on symmetrical multiprocessing (SMP) environments • Supports Wake on LAN • Supports Remote Program Load (RPL) and Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) Features of the optional token-ring adapter are: • Transmits and receives data at 4 Mbps or 16 Mbps • Has RJ-45 and D-shell connectors for LAN attachment • Supports Wake on LAN • Supports Remote Program Load (RPL) and Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) The PC 300GL personal computer has a 3-pin header on the system board that provides the AUX5 (auxiliary 5 volts) and wake-up signal connections. PCI-expansion connectors support the 32-bit. Chapter 2. An external battery source of 3 V dc maintains the settings. and Plug and Play data. Expansion adapters Each PCI-expansion connector is a 32-bit slot. To erase or reset CMOS memory to the default. IBM logo. read-only memory (EEPROM) to store the basic input/output system (BIOS).com/pc. use the small rocker switch on the system board. System board features 13 . Note: Refer to the instructions in the PC 300PL and PC 300GL User Guide before attempting to reset CMOS.2. Flash EEPROM The system board uses two megabits (Mb) of flash electrically erasable programmable. 5 V dc. you can update the EEPROM by downloading a stand-alone utility program available from the IBM Web site: http://www. local-bus signalling environment defined in PCI Local Bus Specification 2. To locate the battery and the rocker switches. 6564. PC 300GL personal computer types 6563. see “Physical layout” on page 14. see the PC 300GL and PC 300PL User Guide. Configuration/Setup Utility.ibm. Real-time clock and CMOS The real-time clock is low-power and provides a time-of-day clock and a calendar. and 6574 and PC 300PL personal computer type 6565 personal computers have three PCI slots to support the addition of adapters. If necessary. For information on installing adapters.

including switch and jumper settings. For information on the connector pin assignments. is attached to the underside of the computer cover. Note: A diagram of the system board. see “PCI connectors” on page 40. Note: PC 300GL computers do not support ISA expansion adapters or the IBM PCMCIA adapter for PCI. 14 PC 300 GL and 300 PL . Physical layout The system board might look slightly different from the one shown.

For the location of the small and large rocker switches. The following table shows the rocker switch settings for compatibility with the corresponding microprocessor speeds. see items 12 and 13 above. or DVD drive connector Þ7ÝRFID connector (some models) Þ19ÝPCI adapter slot 1 Þ8ÝPrimary EIDE connector Þ20ÝPCI adapter slot 2 Þ9ÝSecondary EIDE connector Þ21ÝPCI adapter slot 3 (for Alert on LAN adapter) Þ10ÝDiskette drive connector Þ22ÝChassis speaker connector Þ11ÝFan connector Þ23ÝAGP adapter slot Þ12ÝLarge rocker switch (some models) Rocker switches The two rocker switches on the system board are used for custom configuration. The large rocker switch has eight switches for setting microprocessor speeds for compatibility with the system board. Chapter 2. CD-RW. System board features 15 .Þ1ÝMicroprocessor Þ13ÝSmall rocker switch Þ2ÝDIMM 0 Þ14ÝBattery Þ3ÝDIMM 1 Þ15ÝChassis intrusion detection connector Þ4ÝFan connector Þ16ÝWake on LAN connector Þ5ÝPower connector Þ17ÝAlert on LAN connector Þ6ÝSwitch/LED connector Þ18ÝCD-ROM.

Table 6. Large rocker switch settings Microprocessor 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 speed 100 Off Off On Off Off Off Off Off 150 200 133 On On On On Off Off Off Off 200 266 133 Off Off Off Off Off Off Off Off 200 266 166 On On On Off Off Off Off Off 250 333 200 On On Off On Off Off Off Off 300 400 233 On On Off Off Off Off Off Off 350 466 266 On Off On On Off Off Off Off 400 533 300 On Off On Off Off Off Off Off 450 600 333 On Off Off On Off Off Off Off 500 666 366 On Off Off Off Off Off Off Off 500 733 400 Off On On On Off Off Off Off 600 800 433 Off On On Off Off Off Off Off 650 866 16 PC 300 GL and 300 PL .

Connector pin assignments. Table 6.” on page 33. Large rocker switch settings Microprocessor 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 speed 466 Off On Off On Off Off Off Off 700 933 500 Off On Off Off Off Off Off Off 750 1000 533 Off Off On On Off Off Off Off 800 1066 Reserved Off Off Off On Off Off Off Off The small rocker switch has three functions. Chapter 2. you activate the diskette write-protect feature. you clear the CMOS. see “Appendix A. and microphone connectors Connector panel On the following connector panel illustrations. note the device connection symbols. Each connection has a corresponding device symbol. By moving switch 2 to the On position. Table 7. See the PC 300GL and PC 300PL User Guide for instruction. Small rocker switch settings Function On Diskette write-protect Switch 1 Clear CMOS Switch 2 Cable connectors Connections for attaching devices are provided on the back of the computer. line out. The connectors are: • USB (2) • Mouse • Keyboard • Serial (2) • Parallel • Monitor • Ethernet adapter with RJ-45 connector (some models only) • Integrated audio controller with line in. A connector provided by an adapter might not have an identifying symbol. System board features 17 . This rocker switch is also used for flash recovery. For pin-out details on connectors. By moving switch 1 to the On position.

2 2 1 1 Serial 2 DVI Monitor Mouse SVGA Monitor Serial 1 USB 1 Headphone/ Parallel Keyboard Line Out Microphone USB 2 Line In 18 PC 300 GL and 300 PL . The following illustration shows the connector panel for the desktop model.

System board features 19 . Serial 2 Serial 1 1 Mouse 2 Keyboard USB 2 2 1 USB 1 Line In Headphone/ Line Out Microphone Parallel SVGA Monitor DVI Monitor Chapter 2. The following illustration shows the connector panel for the tower model.

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) • Depth: 429 mm (16. 6564. Electrical input • Input voltage: — Low range: – Minimum: 90 V ac – Maximum: 137 V ac – Input frequency range: 57 – 63 Hz – Voltage switch setting: 115 V ac — High Range: – Minimum: 180 V ac – Maximum: 265 V ac – Input frequency range: 47 – 53 Hz – Voltage switch setting: 230 V ac — Input kilovolt-amperes (kVA) (approximately): – Minimum configuration as shipped: 0.4 in. and 6574 and PC 300 PL personal computer type 6565.Chapter 3. the maximum altitude at which the specified air temperatures apply.9 in.51 kVA © Copyright IBM Corp. PC 300 GL and PL desktop Dimensions • Height: 138 mm (5.4 kg (23 lb) Environment • Air temperature: — System on: 10° to 35° C (50° to 95° F) — System off: 10° to 43° C (50° to 110° F) • Humidity — System on: 8% to 80% — System off: 8% to 80% • Maximum altitude: 2134 m (7000 ft).) Weight • Minimum configuration as shipped: 9. Note: The PC 300GL and PC 300PL computers comply with FCC Class B specifications. Physical specifications This chapter lists the physical specifications for the PC 300GL personal computer types 6563. 2000 21 .53 kg (21 lb) • Maximum configuration: 10. the maximum air temperatures are lower than those specified.) • Width: 400 mm (15. The PC 300GL ad PC300PL have four expansion slots and four drive bays. At higher altitudes.75 in.08 kVA – Maximum configuration: 0.

Actual sound-pressure levels in your location might exceed the average values stated because of room reflections and other nearby noise sources.2 kg (22.1 in.6 in.) • Depth: 383 mm (15. PC300 PL and GL tower Dimensions • Height: 378 mm (14. and are reported in accordance with ISO 9296.5 cubic meter per minute (18 cubic feet per minute) Acoustical noise-emission values • Average sound-pressure levels: — At operator position: – Idle: 33 dBA – Operating: 39 dBA — At bystander position-1 meter (3.3 ft): – Idle: 4. below which a large number of computers will operate.) • Width: 192 mm (7. Electrical input • Input voltage: — Low range: 22 PC 300 GL and 300 PL . Note: Power consumption and heat output vary depending on the number and type of optional features installed and the power-management optional features in use.9 in.5 lb) Environment • Air temperature: — System on: 10° to 35°C (50° to 95° F) — System off: 10° to 43°C (50° to 110° F) • Humidity — System on: 8% to 80% — System off: 8% to 80% • Maximum altitude: 2134 m (7000 ft).) Weight • Minimum configuration as shipped: 8. At higher altitudes. the maximum air temperatures are lower than those specified.3 lb) • Maximum configuration: 10. The declared sound power levels indicate an upper limit.9 bels Note: These levels were measures in controlled acoustical environments according to procedures specified by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) S12.3 kg (18.10 and ISO 7779.4 bels – Operating: 4. the maximum altitude at which the specified air temperatures apply. Heat output • Approximate heat output in British thermal units (Btu) per hour: — Minimum configuration: 256 Btu/hr (75 watts) — Maximum configuration: 706 Btu/hr (207 watts) Airflow • Approximately 0.

Actual sound-pressure levels in your location might exceed the average values stated because of room reflections and other nearby noise sources. The declared sound power levels indicate an upper limit.3 ft): – Idle: 4. and are reported in accordance with ISO 9296. Physical specifications 23 .4 bels – Operating: 4. – Minimum: 90 V ac – Maximum: 137 V ac – Input frequency range: 57 – 63 Hz – Voltage switch setting: 115 V ac — High Range: – Minimum: 180 V ac – Maximum: 265 V ac – Input frequency range: 47 – 53 Hz – Voltage switch setting: 230 V ac — Input kilovolt-amperes (kVA) (approximately): – Minimum configuration as shipped: 0. Heat output • Approximate heat output in British thermal units (Btu) per hour: — Minimum configuration: 256 Btu/hr (75 watts) — Maximum configuration: 706 Btu/hr (207 watts) Airflow • Approximately 0.08 kVA – Maximum configuration: 0.9 bels Note: These levels were measures in controlled acoustical environments according to procedures specified by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) S12. below which a large number of computers will operate.10 and ISO 7779.5 cubic meter per minute (18 cubic feet per minute) Acoustical noise-emission values • Average sound-pressure levels: — At operator position: – Idle: 33 dBA – Operating: 40 dBA — At bystander position-1 meter (3.51 kVA Note: Power consumption and heat output vary depending on the number and type of optional features installed and the power-management optional features in use. Chapter 3.

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and 5-volt power for PCI adapters.4 A +3. PCI.3-volt power for the Pentium III microprocessor. © Copyright IBM Corp. Table 9. The power supply has a manual switch to select the correct input voltage. Power supply A 145-watt power supply drives your computer. DASD.02 A 4. including the system board.0 A 10. The power supply provides 3. The power supply converts the ac input voltage into four dc output voltages and provides power for the following: • System board • Adapters • Internal drives • Keyboard and auxiliary devices • USB devices A logic signal on the power connector controls the power supply.0 A 0. Also included is an auxiliary 5-volt (AUX 5) power supply to provide power to power-management circuitry and a Wake on LAN adapter.0 A 0.3 V dc +5% to -5% 0.0 A +5 V ac (auxiliary) +5% to -5% 0.720 A The total combined 3. 2000 25 . Power input The following table shows the power input specifications. the front panel switch is not directly connected to the power supply.0 A +12 V dc +5% to -5% 0. and auxiliary outputs. core chip set.3 V and 5 V power must not exceed 100 watts. Table 8.5 A 18. The power supply connects to the system board with a 2 x 10 pin connector. Power output (145 watts) Output voltage Tolerance Minimum current Maximum current +5 V dc +5% to -5% 1.Chapter 4.2 A -12 V dc +10% to -10% 0. low range 100 (min) to 127 (max) V ac Input voltage. Power input requirements Specification Measurements Input voltage. high range 200 (min) to 240 (max) V ac Input frequency 50 Hz ± 3 Hz or 60 Hz ± 3 Hz Power output The following figures show the power supply output of all the connectors.

Component outputs The power supply provides separate voltage sources for the system board and internal storage devices.0 V dc 1400 mA +5.0% 26 PC 300 GL and 300 PL .0% to -5. the maximum power consumption is rated at 5 watts for +5 V dc and +3.0% to -4. System board Supply voltage Maximum current Tolerance +3. If maximum power is used.0% -12. USB port Supply voltage Maximum current Tolerance +5. the overall system configuration will be limited in performance. Table 10.0 mA +5.0%to -4. The following figures show the approximate power that is provided for specific system components.0 V dc 300 mA +5. PCI-bus adapters (per slot) Supply voltage Maximum current Tolerance +5.0 to -4.0 V dc 275 mA +5.0% to -4.3 V dc combined.0% to -5.0% Note: For each PCI connector.0 V dc 500 mA +5.0 V dc 25. Keyboard port Supply voltage Maximum current Tolerance +5.0% to -5.0% +5.0% Table 12.0% Table 15.0% to -4. Internal DASD Supply voltage Maximum current Tolerance +5.3 V dc 5000 mA +5.0% to -4.0 V dc 1000 mA +5.0% +3.0% Table 11.0% +12. Table 14.0 V dc 6000 mA +5.0% to -9.3 V dc 1500 mA +5.0% Table 13.0 mA +10.0 V dc 25. Auxiliary device port Supply voltage Maximum current Tolerance +5. Many components draw less current than the maximum shown.

These adapters and drives can be installed in the system. The total power used by the connectors must not exceed the amount shown in “Component outputs” on page 26. 4-pin connectors for internal devices.” on page 33. Connector description The power supply for PC 300GL and PC 300PL personal computers has four. Output protection The power supply protects against output overcurrent. See the power supply specifications on the previous pages for details. A short circuit that is placed on any dc output (between outputs or between an output and a dc return) latches all dc outputs into a shutdown state. Table 15. the power supply returns to normal operation only after the fault has been removed and the power switch has been turned off for at least one second.0% Note: Some adapters and hard disk drives draw more current than the rated maximums. Power supply 27 .0% to -5.0 V dc 1100 mA +5.0% to -5.0% when active Table 16. the power supply will shut down if the total power used exceeds the maximum power that is available. 400 mA +5. Chapter 4. and short circuits. overvoltage. Internal DASD Supply voltage Maximum current Tolerance +12. see “Appendix A. however. Connector pin assignments.0 V dc 1500 mA at startup. the power supply latches all dc outputs into a shutdown state before any output exceeds 130% of the power supply value. Video port pin 9 Supply voltage Maximum current Tolerance +5. with no damage to the power supply. If this shutdown state occurs. If an overvoltage fault occurs (in the power supply). For connector pin assignments.

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” on page 55 and your PC 300GL and PC 300PL User Guide.2 • Microsoft PCI IRQ Routing Table • Plug and Play support according to Plug and Play BIOS Specification 1. Errata. which is stored in flash electrically erasable programmable read-only memory (EEPROM).2 • Wake on LAN support • Wake on Ring support • Remote Initial Program Load (RIPL) and Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) • Flash-over-LAN support • Alternate startup sequence • IBM Look and Feel . see “Appendix D. © Copyright IBM Corp. BIOS Your personal computer uses the IBM basic input/output system (BIOS).1a and 1.0 support • Digital optical disk support • LS-120 disk drive support • DM BIOS 2. Also. Error codes.such as screen arrangements and user interface • ACPI (Advanced Configuration and Power Interface) • IDE Logical Block Addressing (LBA) • LSA 2.0 • Plug and Play BIOS Extension Design Guide • Plug and PLay BIOS Specification.Chapter 5. POST error codes include text messages for determining the cause of an error.2 • Plug and Play Kit for DOS and Windows POST IBM power-on self-test (POST) code is used. Some features of the BIOS are: • PCI support according to PCI BIOS Specification 2. System software This section briefly describes some of the system software included with your computer. 2000 29 . initialization code is included for the on-board system devices and controllers.1a • Advanced Power Management (APM) support according to APM BIOS Interface Specification 1. For more information.0 • Guide to Integrating the Plug and Play BIOS Extensions with system BIOS 1.1 (DMI 2. and Clarifications 1.0 compliant) • PC99 compliance Plug and Play Support for Plug and Play conforms to the following: • Plug and Play BIOS Specification 1.

When enabled. Flash update utility program The flash update utility program is a stand-alone program to support flash updates. The diagnostic program can also be downloaded from the following World Wide Web page: http://www. Advanced Power Management (APM) The PC 300GL computers have built-in energy-saving capabilities.ibm. date and time. microprocessor. 30 PC 300 GL and 300 PL . For more information on APM. see the PC 300GL and PC 300PL User Guide.com/pc/support/. Advanced Power Management is enabled through the Configuration/Setup Utility program and is controlled by the individual operating system. Not all operating systems support ACPI BIOS mode. The user interface is WaterGate Software PC- Doctor. The BIOS supports APM 1. For more information on the diagnostic program. More detailed information on using the Configuration/Setup Utility program is in the PC 300GL and PC 300PL User Guide. I/O ports. reducing the power drawn from the AC electrical outlet. start options. This enables the system to enter a power-management state.Configuration/Setup Utility program The Configuration/Setup Utility program provides menu choices for devices. This utility program updates the BIOS code and the machine readable information (MRI) to different languages. and hard disk drive after a specified period of inactivity. advanced setup.ibm. Advanced Power Management (APM) is a feature that reduces the power consumption of components when they are not in use.com/pc/support and can be copied to a 3. Diagnostic program The diagnostic program that comes with PC 300PL and the PC 300GL personal computers is provided as a startable IBM Enhanced Diagnostic diskette image on the IBM Product Recovery CD or the Device Driver and IBM Enhanced Diagnostic CD. and power management.2. Advanced Configuration and Power Interface (ACPI) Advanced Configuration and Power Interface (ACPI) BIOS mode enables the operating system to control the power-management features of your computer. It runs independently of the operating system. see the PC 300GL and PC 300PL User Guide and Understanding Your Personal Computer. APM initiates reduced-power modes for the monitor. Refer to your operating-system documentation to determine if ACPI is supported. system security. The latest version of the flash update utility program is available on the IBM Web site at http://www.5-inch diskette.

EGA. “Related publications” on page vii for a list of compatible hardware and software options. The functional interfaces are compatible with the following interfaces: • Intel 8259 interrupt controllers (edge-triggered mode) • National Semiconductor NS16450 and NS126550A serial communications controllers • Motorola MC146818 Time of Day Clock command and status (CMOS reorganized) • Intel 8254 timer. use the BIOS as an interface to hardware to provide maximum compatibility and portability of applications among systems. Waits one I/O delay © Copyright IBM Corp. Clears the interrupt 2. 1. otherwise. a level-sensitive interrupt handler must clear the interrupt condition (usually by a read or write operation to an I/O port on the device causing the interrupt). Hardware compatibility This section discusses hardware. the Mode register is partially supported • Intel 8272 or 82077 diskette drive controllers • Intel 8042 keyboard controller at address hex 0060 and hex 0064 • All video standards using VGA.Chapter 6. To avoid this. Hardware interrupts Hardware interrupts are level-sensitive for PCI interrupts. and BIOS compatibility that must be considered when designing application programs. MDA. Whenever possible. and BIOS compatibility issues for the computer. and 2) • Intel 8237 DMA controller. With level-sensitive interrupts. This latch is read during the interrupt service routine and might be reset by the read operation or it might require an explicit reset. software. After processing the interrupt. the interrupt handler: 1. software. and Parallel 3) in compatibility mode Use this information to develop application programs. a new interrupt request will be detected. designers might want to limit the number of devices sharing an interrupt level. the interrupt controller requires that the interrupt request be inactive at the time the EOI command is sent. driven from a 1. and Hercules modes • Parallel printer ports (Parallel 1. CGA. The interrupt-in-progress latch is readable at an I/O-address bit position. 2000 31 . Parallel 2. The interrupt controller clears its in-service register bit when the interrupt routine sends and End-of-Interrupt (EOI) command to the controller. The EOI command is sent regardless of whether the incoming interrupt request to the controller is active or inactive. System compatibility This chapter discusses some of the hardware. Note: For performance and latency considerations. except for the Command and Request registers and the Rotate and Mask functions. See the Compatibility Report under.193 MHz clock (channels 0.

Because software interrupts are initially pointed to address 0:0 before daisy chaining. Software that interfaces with the reset port for the IBM Personal Computer positive-edge interrupt sharing (hex address 02Fx or 06Fx. Waits one I/O delay 5. The following processing occurs to maintain compatibility with the IRQ2 used by IBM Personal Computer products: 1. 3. This interrupt handler performs an EOI command to the second interrupt controller and passes control to the IRQ2 (interrupt hex 0A) interrupt handler. interrupt hex 0A. IBM has defined methods for uniquely determining the specific machine type. the appropriate action is to set the carry flag and initiate a RET 2 to indicate an error condition. that routine must transfer control to the next routine in the chain. where x is the interrupt level) does not create interference. When the interrupt occurs. A device drives the interrupt request active on IRQ2 of the channel. Each routine must check the function value. 3. software interrupt routines must daisy chain interrupts. Sends the EOI 4. Program interrupt sharing is implemented on IRQ2. causes the device to reset the interrupt request before performing an EOI command to the master interrupt controller that finishes servicing the IRQ2 request. The machine model byte can be found through interrupt 15H. 4. Machine-sensitive programs Programs can select machine-specific features. This interrupt request is mapped in hardware to IRQ9 input on the second interrupt controller. the interrupt polling mechanism that is used by IBM Personal Computer products is retained. Enables the interrupt through the Set Interrupt Enable Flag command Hardware interrupt IRQ9 is defined as the replacement interrupt level for the cascade level IRQ2. This IRQ2 interrupt handler. the system microprocessor passes control to the IRQ9 (interrupt hex 71) interrupt handler. Software compatibility To maintain software compatibility. 32 PC 300 GL and 300 PL . check for this case. Return System Configuration Parameters function (AH)=(C0H). 2. when handling the interrupt. but they must first identify the machine and model type. 5. Software interrupts With the advent of software interrupt sharing. If the next routine is pointed to address 0:0 and the function call is out of range. and if the function value is not in the range of function calls.

2000 33 . used by NA DDC2B 2 Green O 10 Ground NA 3 Blue O 11 Monitor ID 0 . SVGA monitor port connector pin assignments Pin Signal I/O Pin Signal I/O 1 Red O 9 +5 V. Connector pin assignments The following figures show the pin assignments for various system board connectors. I 12 DDC2B serial I/O Not used data 5 Ground NA 13 Horizontal O sync 6 Red ground NA 14 Vertical sync O 7 Green ground NA 15 DDC2B clock I/O 8 Blue ground NA © Copyright IBM Corp.Appendix A. SVGA monitor connector 5 1 10 6 15 11 Table 17. I Not used 4 Monitor ID 2 .

14 +5V power 3 TMDS data 2/4 return 15 Ground 4 TMDS data 4.main pin field Pin Signal Pin Signal 1 TMDS data 2+ 13 TMDS data 3+ 2 TMDS data 2. DVI-I monitor port connector pin assignments .micro cross section Pin Signal C1 Red video out C2 Green video out C3 Analog blue C4 Analog horizontal sync C5 Video/pixel clock return System memory connector 85 168 1 84 34 PC 300 GL and 300 PL . 21 TMDS data 5+ 10 TMDS data 1+ 22 TMDS clock shield 11 TMDS 1/3 shield 23 TMDS clock+ 12 TMDS data 3+ 24 TMDS clock- Table 19. DVI connector pin assignments .DVI-I monitor connector 1 C1 C2 C3 C4 C5 Table 18. 16 Hot plug detect 5 TMDS data 4+ 17 TMDS data 0- 6 DDC clock 18 TMDS data 0+ 7 DDC data 19 TMDS data 0- 8 Analog vertical sync 20 TMDS data 0/5 shield 9 TMDS data 1.

System memory connector pin assignments Pin x64 nonparity x72 ECC Pin x64 nonparity x72 ECC 1 VSS VSS 85 VSS VSS 2 DQ0 DQ0 86 DQ32 DQ32 3 DQ1 DQ1 87 DQ33 DQ33 4 DQ2 DQ2 88 DQ34 DQ34 5 DQ3 DQ3 89 DQ35 DQ35 6 VCC VCC 90 VCC VCC 7 DQ4 DQ4 91 DQ36 DQ36 8 DQ5 DQ5 92 DQ37 DQ37 9 DQ6 DQ6 93 DQ38 DQ38 10 DQ7 DQ7 94 DQ39 DQ39 11 DQ8 DQ8 95 DQ40 DQ40 12 VSS VSS 96 VSS VSS 13 DQ9 DQ 97 DQ41 DQ41 14 DQ10 DQ10 98 DQ42 DQ42 15 DQ11 DQ11 99 DQ43 DQ43 16 DQ12 DQ12 100 DQ44 DQ44 17 DQ13 DQ13 101 DQ45 DQ45 18 VCC VCC 102 VCC VCC 19 DQ14 DQ14 103 DQ46 DQ46 20 DQ15 DQ15 104 DQ47 DQ47 21 NC CB0 105 NC CB4 22 NC CB1 106 NC CB5 23 VSS VSS 107 VSS VSS 24 NC NC 108 NC NC 25 NC NC 109 NC NC 26 VCC VCC 110 VCC VCC 27 /WE /WE0 111 /CAS /CAS 28 DQMB0 DQMB0 112 DQMB4 DQMB4 29 DQMB1 DQMB1 113 DQMB5 DQMB5 30 /S0 /S0 114 NC /S1 31 DU NC 115 /RAS /RAS 32 VSS VSS 116 VSS VSS 33 A0 A0 117 A1 A1 34 A2 A2 118 A3 A3 35 A4 A4 119 A5 A5 Appendix A.Table 20. Connector pin assignments 35 .

System memory connector pin assignments Pin x64 nonparity x72 ECC Pin x64 nonparity x72 ECC 36 A6 A6 120 A7 A7 37 A8 A8 121 A9 A9 38 A10/AP A10/AP 122 BA0 BA0 39 NC BA1 123 NC A11 40 VCC VCC 124 VCC VCC 41 VCC VCC 125 CK1 CK1 42 CK0 CK0 126 A12 A12 43 VSS VSS 127 VSS VSS 44 DU NC 128 CKE0 CKE0 45 /S2 /S2 129 NC /S3 46 DQMB2 DQMB2 130 DQMB6 DQMB6 47 DQMB3 DQMB3 131 DQMB7 DQMB7 48 DU NC 132 A13 A13 49 VCC VCC 133 VCC VCC 50 NC NC 134 NC NC 51 NC NC 135 NC NC 52 NC CB2 136 NC CB6 53 NC CB3 137 NC CB7 54 VSS VSS 138 VSS VSS 55 DQ16 DQ16 139 DQ48 DQ48 56 DQ17 DQ17 140 DQ49 DQ49 57 DQ18 DQ18 141 DQ50 DQ50 58 DQ19 DQ19 142 DQ51 DQ51 59 VCC VCC 143 VCC VCC 60 DQ20 DQ20 144 DQ52 DQ52 61 NC NC 145 NC NC 62 NC NC 146 NC NC 63 NC CKE1 147 NC NC 64 VSS VSS 148 VSS VSS 65 DQ21 DQ21 149 DQ53 DQ53 66 DQ22 DQ22 150 DQ54 DQ54 67 DQ23 DQ23 151 DQ55 DQ55 68 VSS VSS 152 VSS VSS 69 DQ24 DQ24 153 DQ56 DQ56 70 DQ25 DQ25 154 DQ57 DQ57 36 PC 300 GL and 300 PL .Table 20.

Connector pin assignments 37 . System memory connector pin input/output Pin Signal name I/O Pin Signal name I/O 1 GND N/A 85 GND N/A 2 MD0 I/O 86 MD32 I/O 3 MD1 I/O 87 MD33 I/O 4 MD2 I/O 88 MD34 I/O 5 MD3 I/O 89 MD35 I/O 6 VDD I/O 90 VDD N/A 7 MD4 I/O 91 MD36 N/A 8 MD5 I/O 92 MD37 I/O 9 MD6 I/O 93 MD38 I/O 10 MD7 I/O 94 MD39 I/O 11 MD8 (PAR0) I/O 95 MD40 I/O 12 GND N/A 96 GND N/A 13 MD9 I/O 97 MD41 I/O 14 MD10 I/O 98 MD42 I/O 15 MD11 I/O 99 MD43 I/O 16 MD12 I/O 100 MD44 I/O 17 MD13 I/O 101 MD45 I/O 18 VDD N/A 102 VDD N/A Appendix A.Table 20. System memory connector pin assignments Pin x64 nonparity x72 ECC Pin x64 nonparity x72 ECC 71 DQ26 DQ26 155 DQ58 DQ58 72 DQ27 DQ27 156 DQ59 DQ59 73 VCC VCC 157 VCC VCC 74 DQ28 DQ28 158 DQ60 DQ60 75 DQ29 DQ29 159 DQ61 DQ61 76 DQ30 DQ30 160 DQ62 DQ62 77 DQ31 DQ31 161 DQ63 DQ63 78 VSS VSS 162 VSS VSS 79 CK2 CK2 163 CK3 CK3 80 NC NC 164 NC NC 81 NC NC 165 SA0 SA0 82 SKA SDA 166 SA1 SA1 83 SCL SCL 167 SA2 SA2 84 VCC VCC 168 VCC VCC Table 21.

System memory connector pin input/output Pin Signal name I/O Pin Signal name I/O 19 MD14 I/O 103 MD46 I/O 20 MD15 I/O 104 MD47 I/O 21 NC I/O 105 NC I/O 22 NC I/O 106 NC I/O 23 GND I/O 107 GND N/A 24 NC N/A 108 NC N/A 25 NC N/A 109 NC N/A 26 VDD N/A 110 VDD N/A 27 WE# I 111 CAS# N/A 28 DQMB0# I 112 DQMB4# I 29 DQMB1# I 113 DQMB4# I 30 S0# I 114 S1# I 31 OE0# I 115 RAS# N/A 32 GND N/A 116 GND N/A 33 A0 I 117 A1 I 34 A2 I 118 A3 I 35 A4 I 119 A5 I 36 A6 I 120 A7 I 37 A8 I 121 A9 I 38 A10/AP I 122 A11 I 39 NC 123 NC 40 VDD N/A 124 VDD N/A 41 NC N/A 125 CK1 N/A 42 CK0 N/A 126 A14 O 43 GND N/A 127 GND N/A 44 OE2# I 128 CKE0 N/A 45 S2# I 129 S3# I 46 DQMB2# I 130 DQMB6# I 47 DQMB3# I 131 DQMB7# I 48 WE2# I 132 A15 I 49 VDD N/A 133 VDD N/A 50 NC N/A 134 NC N/A 51 NC N/A 135 NC N/A 52 NC I/O 136 NC I/O 53 NC I/O 137 NC I/O 38 PC 300 GL and 300 PL .Table 21.

Connector pin assignments 39 .Table 21. System memory connector pin input/output Pin Signal name I/O Pin Signal name I/O 54 GND N/A 138 GND N/A 55 MD16 I/O 139 MD48 I/O 56 MD17 I/O 140 MD49 I/O 57 MD18 I/O 141 MD50 I/O 58 MD19 I/O 142 MD51 I/O 59 VDD N/A 143 VDD N/A 60 MD20 I/O 144 MD52 I/O 61 CKE1 N/A 145 NC N/A 62 VREF N/A 146 VREF N/A 63 (CKE1)* N/A 147 NC N/A 64 GND N/A 148 GND N/A 65 MD21 I/O 149 MD53 I/O 66 MD22 I/O 150 MD54 I/O 67 MD23 I/O 151 MD55 I/O 68 GND N/A 152 GND N/A 69 MD24 I/O 153 MD56 I/O 70 MD25 I/O 154 MD57 I/O 71 MD26 I/O 155 MD58 I/O 72 MD27 I/O 156 MD59 I/O 73 VDD N/A 157 VDD N/A 74 MD28 I/O 158 MD60 I/O 75 MD29 I/O 159 MD61 I/O 76 MD30 I/O 160 MD62 I/O 77 MD31 I/O 161 MD63 I/O 78 GND N/A 162 GND N/A 79 CK2 O 163 CK3 O 80 NC N/A 164 NC N/A 81 NC O 165 SA0 O 82 SDA O 166 SA1 O 83 SCL O 167 SA0 O 84 VDD N/A 168 VDD N/A Appendix A.

3 V dc N/A A26 IDSEL O B26 C/BE 3# I/O A27 +3.3 V dc N/A B21 Address/data 29 I/O A22 Address/data 28 I/O B22 Ground N/A A23 Address/data 26 I/O B23 Address/data 27 I/O A24 Ground I/O B24 Address/data 25 N/A A25 Address/data 24 I/O B25 +3.PCI connectors A1 A2 A62 B1 B62 B2 Table 22.3 V dc N/A B27 Address/data 23 I/O 40 PC 300 GL and 300 PL . PCI connector pin assignments Pin Signal I/O Pin Signal I/O A1 TRST# O B1 -12 V dc N/A A2 +12 V dc N/A B2 TCK O A3 +12 V dc O B3 Ground N/A A4 TDI O B4 TDO I A5 +5 V dc N/A B5 +5 V dc N/A A6 INTA# I B6 +5 V dc N/A A7 INTC# I B7 INTB# I A8 +5 V dc N/A B8 INTD# I A9 Reserved N/A B9 PRSNT1# I A10 +5 V dc (I/O) N/A B10 Reserved N/A A11 Reserved N/A B11 PRNST2 I A12 Ground N/A B12 Ground N/A A13 Ground N/A B13 Ground N/A A14 Reserved N/A B14 Reserved N/A A15 RST# O B15 Ground N/A A16 +5 V dc (I/O) N/A B16 O O A17 GNT# O B17 Ground N/A A18 Ground N/A B18 REQ# I A19 PCIPME N/A B19 +5 V dc (I/O) N/A A20 Address/data 30 I/O B20 Address/data 31 I/O A21 +3.

Table 22. Connector pin assignments 41 .3 V dc N/A A37 Ground N/A B37 DEVSEL# I/O A38 STOP# I/O B38 Ground N/A A39 +3.3 V dc N/A A32 Address/data 16 I/O B32 Address/data 17 I/O A33 +3.3 V dc N/A B33 C/BE2# I/O A34 FRAME# I/O B34 Ground N/A A35 Ground N/A B35 IRDY# I/O A36 TRDY# I/O B36 +3.3 V dc N/A B54 +3.3 V dc N/A A44 C/BE(1)# I/O B44 C/BE 1# I/O A45 Address/data 14 I/O B45 Address/data 14 I/O A46 Ground N/A B46 Ground N/A A47 Address/data 12 I/O B47 Address/data 12 I/O A48 Address/data 10 I/O B48 Address/data 10 I/O A49 Ground N/A B49 Ground N/A A50 Key N/A B50 Key N/A A51 Key N/A B51 Key N/A A52 Address/data 8 I/O B52 Address/data 8 I/O A53 Address/data 7 I/O B53 Address/data 7 I/O A54 +3. PCI connector pin assignments Pin Signal I/O Pin Signal I/O A28 Address/data 22 I/O B28 Ground N/A A29 Address/data 20 I/O B29 Address/data 21 I/O A30 Ground I/O B30 Address/data 19 N/A A31 Address/data 18 I/O B31 +3.3 V dc N/A B39 LOCK# I/O A40 SDONE I/O B40 PERR# I/O A41 SBO# I/O B41 +3.3 V dc N/A A55 Address/data 5 I/O B55 Address/data 5 I/O A56 Address/data 3 I/O B56 Address/data 3 I/O A57 Ground N/A B57 Ground N/A A58 Address/data 1 I/O B58 Address/data 1 I/O A59 +5 V dc (I/O) N/A B59 +5 V dc (I/O) N/A A60 ACK64# I/O B60 ACK64# I/O A61 +5 V dc N/A B61 +5 V dc N/A A62 +5 V dc N/A A62 +5 V dc N/A Appendix A.3 V dc N/A A42 Ground N/A B42 SERR# I/O A43 +3.3 V dc N/A B43 +3.

IDE connector pin assignments Pin Signal I/O Pin Signal I/O 1 RESET O 21 NC N/A 2 Ground N/A 22 Ground N/A 3 Data bus bit 7 I/O 23 I/O write O 4 Data bus bit 8 I/O 24 NC N/A 5 Data bus bit 6 I/O 25 I/O read O 6 Data bus bit 9 I/O 26 Ground I 7 Data bus bit 5 I/O 27 I/O channel ready I 8 Data bus bit 10 I/O 28 ALE O 9 Data bus bit 4 I/O 29 NC N/A 10 Data bus bit 11 I/O 30 Ground N/A 11 Data bus bit 3 I/O 31 IRQ I 12 Data bus bit 12 I/O 32 CS16# I 13 Data bus bit 2 I/O 33 SA1 O 14 Data bus bit 13 I/O 34 PDIAG# I 15 Data bus bit 1 I/O 35 SA0 O 16 Data bus bit 14 I/O 36 SA2 O 17 Data bus bit 0 I/O 37 CS0# O 18 Data bus bit 15 I/O 38 CS1 O 19 Ground N/A 39 Active# I 20 Key (Reserved) N/A 40 Ground N/A 42 PC 300 GL and 300 PL .IDE connectors 2 40 1 39 Table 23.

Connector pin assignments 43 . Diskette drive connector pin assignments Pin Signal I/O Pin Signal I/O 1 Drive 2 installed # I 18 Direction in# O 2 High density O 19 Ground N/A select 3 Not connected N/A 20 Step# O 4 Not connected N/A 21 Ground N/A 5 Ground N/A 22 Write data # O 6 Data rate 0 N/A 23 Ground N/A 7 Ground N/A 24 Write enable# O 8 Index# I 25 Ground N/A 9 Reserved N/A 26 Track0# I 10 Motor enable 0# O 27 MSEN0 I 11 Ground N/A 28 Write protect# I 12 Drive select 1# O 29 Ground N/A 13 Ground N/A 30 Read data# I 14 Drive select 0# O 31 Ground N/A 15 Ground N/A 32 Head 1 select# O 16 Motor enable 1# O 33 Data rate 1 N/A 17 MSEN1 I 34 Diskette change# I Appendix A.Diskette drive connector 2 34 1 33 Table 24.

Power supply connector Table 25.3 V dc +3. USB port connector pin assignments Pin Signal 1 VCC 2 -Data 3 +Data 4 Ground 44 PC 300 GL and 300 PL .3 V dc +3. Power supply connector pin assignments Pin Signal Function Pin Signal Function 1 3.3 V dc 2 3. J14 Wake on LAN connector pin assignments Pin Description 1 +5 V AUX 2 Ground 3 Internal Wake on LAN USB port connectors 1 2 3 4 Table 27.3 V dc +3.3 V dc 12 -12 V dc -12 V dc 3 COM Ground 13 COM Ground 4 5 V dc +5 V dc 14 PS-ON DC Remote Enable 5 COM Ground 15 COM Ground 6 5 V dc +5 V dc 16 COM Ground 7 COM Ground 17 COM Ground 8 POK PWR GOOD 18 Reserved Reserved 9 5 VSB Standby Voltage 19 5 V dc +5 V dc 10 12 V dc +12 V dc 20 5 V dc +5 V dc Wake on LAN connectors Table 26.3 V dc 11 3.

Mouse and keyboard port connectors 6 5 4 3 2 1 Table 28. Serial port connector pin assignments Pin Signal I/O Pin Signal I/O 1 Data carrier detect I 5 Ground N/A 2 Receive data# I 6 Data set ready I 3 Transmit data# O 7 Request to send O 4 Data terminal read O 8 Clear to send I 9 Ring indicator Appendix A. Keyboard port connector pin assignments Pin Signal I/O Pin Signal I/O 1 Keyboard data I/O 4 +5 V dc N/A 2 Mouse data I/O 5 Keyboard I/O Clock 3 Ground N/A 6 Mouse clock N/A Serial port connector 1 5 6 9 Table 30. Mouse port connector pin assignments Pin Signal I/O Pin Signal I/O 1 Data I/O 4 +5 V dc N/A 2 Reserved I/O 5 Clock I/O 3 Ground N/A 6 Reserved N/A Table 29. Connector pin assignments 45 .

Parallel port connector pin assignments Pin Signal I/O Pin Signal I/O 1 STROBE# I/O 14 AUTO FD XT# O 2 Data bit 0 I/O 15 ERROR# I 3 Data bit 1 I/O 16 INIT# O 4 Data bit 2 I/O 17 SLCT IN# O 5 Data bit 3 I/O 18 Ground N/A 6 Data bit 4 I/O 19 Ground N/A 7 Data bit 5 I/O 20 Ground N/A 8 Data bit 6 I/O 21 Ground N/A 9 Data bit 7 I/O 22 Ground N/A 10 ACK# I 23 Ground N/A 11 BUSY I 24 Ground N/A 12 PE I 25 Ground N/A 13 SLCT I 46 PC 300 GL and 300 PL .Parallel port connector 13 1 25 14 Table 31.

Memory can be mapped differently if POST detects an error. Table 32. System address maps The following charts represent how the hard disk stores different types of information. available to adapter ROMs 896 KB–1 MB E0000–FFFFF 128 KB System ROM BIOS (main memory shadowed) 1–16 MB 100000–FFFFFF 15 MB PCI space 16–4096 MB 1000000–FFDFFFF 4080 MB PCI space (positive decode) 4096–4120 MB FFFE0000–FFFFFFFF 128 KB System ROM BIOS © Copyright IBM Corp. 2000 47 . A 256 byte area and a 1 KB area of this RAM are reserved for BIOS data areas. System memory map The first 640 KB of system board RAM is mapped starting at address hex 0000000.Appendix B. System memory map Address range Address range (hex) Size Description (decimal) 0–512 KB 00000–7FFFF 512 KB Conventional 512–639 KB 80000–9FBFF 127 KB Extended conventional 639–640 KB 9FC00–9FFFF 1 KB Extended BIOS data 640–767 KB A0000–BFFFF 128 KB Dynamic video memory display cache 768–800 KB C0000–C7FFFF 32 KB Video ROM BIOS (shadowed) 800–896 KB C8000–DFFFF 96 KB PCI space. Address ranges and byte sizes are approximate.

bits 6:0 1 bit Real-time clock. bit 7 1 bit Enable NMI 0070.available to PCI bus 0170–0177 8 bytes Secondary IDE channel 01F0–01F7 8 bytes Primary IDE channel 0200–0207 8 bytes Available 0220–0227 8 bytes Serial port 3 or 4 0228–0277 80 bytes General I/O locations .reset IRQ 0061 1 byte System port B 0064 1 byte Keyboard controller. data 0072–007F 14 bytes General I/O locations .available to PCI bus 0020–0021 2 bytes Interrupt controller 1 0023–003F 30 bytes General I/O locations .available to PCI bus 0092 1 byte PS/2 keyboard controller registers 0093–009F 15 bytes General I/O locations 00A0–00A1 2 bytes Interrupt controller 2 00A2–00BF 30 bytes APM control 00C0–00DF 31 bytes DMA 2 00E0–00EF 16 bytes General I/O locations .available to PCI bus 0080 1 byte POST checkpoint register during POST only 008F 1 byte Refresh page register 0080–008F 16 bytes ICH1.available to PCI bus 0278–027F 8 bytes LPT3 48 PC 300 GL and 300 PL . address 0071 1 byte Real-time clock. I/O address map Address (hex) Size Description 0000–000F 16 bytes DMA 1 0010–001F 16 bytes General I/O locations . CMB/STAT byte 0070. Table 33.available to PCI bus 0060 1 byte Keyboard controller byte .Input/output address map The following lists resource assignments for the I/O address map.available to PCI bus 00F0 1 byte Coprocessor error register 00F1–016F 127 bytes General I/O locations . DMA page registers 0090–0091 15 bytes General I/O locations . Any addresses that are not shown are reserved.available to PCI bus 0040–0043 4 bytes Counter/timer 1 0044–00FF 28 bytes General I/O locations .

LPTn base address + hex 400 0CF9 1 byte Turbo and reset control register 0D00–FFFF 62207 bytes Available Appendix B. bit 7 1 bit Diskette disk change channel 03F7.Table 33. I/O address map Address (hex) Size Description 0280–02E7 102 bytes Available 02E8–02EF 8 bytes Serial port 3 or 4 02F8–02FF 8 bytes COM2 0338–033F 8 bytes Serial port 3 or 4 0340–036F 48 bytes Available 0370–0371 2 bytes SIO planar Plug and Play index/data registers 0372–0375 4 bytes Available 0376–0377 2 bytes IDE channel 1 command 0378–037F 8 bytes LPT2 0380–03B3 52 bytes Available 03B4–03B7 4 bytes Video 03BA 1 byte Video 03BC–03BE 16 bytes LPT1 03C0–03CF 16 bytes Video 0334–03D7 4 bytes Video 03DA 1 byte Video 03D0–03DF 11 bytes Available 03E0–03E7 8 bytes Available 03E8–03EF 8 bytes COM3 or COM4 03F0–03F5 6 bytes Diskette channel 1 03F6 1 byte Primary IDE channel command port 03F7 (Write) 1 byte Diskette channel command 03F7. bits 6:0 7 bits Primary IDE channel status port 03F8–03FF 8 bytes COM1 0400–047F 128 bytes Available 0480–048F 16 bytes DMA channel high page registers 0490–0CF7 1912 bytes Available 0CF8–0CFB 4 bytes PCI configuration address register 0CFC–0CFF 4 bytes PCI configuration date register OPTn–400h 8 bytes ECP port. System address maps 49 .

Write Single Mask register bits 00–02 000B Channels. Page Table Address register 00–07 0087 Channel 0. Page Table Address register 00–07 008A Channel 7. Memory Address register 00–15 Yes 0005 Channel 2. Memory Address register 00–15 Yes 00C2 Channel 4. Page Table Address register 00–07 0082 Channel 3. Memory Address register 00–15 Yes 0001 Channel 0. 0–3. Page Table Address register 00–07 008B Channel 5. Read Status/Write Command 00–07 register 0009 Channels 0–3. Clear byte pointer (write) N/A 000D Channels. 0–3. Memory Address register 00–15 Yes 00C6 Channel 5. Write Request register 00–02 000A Channels 0–3. Page Table Address/Refresh register 00–07 00C0 Channel 4. Transfer Count register 00–15 Yes 0004 Channel 2. Page Table Address register 00–07 0083 Channel 1. Clear Mask register (write) 00–03 000F Channels 0–3. Write All Mask register bits 00–03 0081 Channel 2. Page Table Address register 00–07 008F Channel 4. DMA I/O address map Address (hex) Description Bits Byte pointer 0000 Channel 0. Transfer Count register 00–15 Yes 0008 Channels 0–3. Master clear (writer)/temp (read) 00–07 000E Channels 0–3. Page Table Address register 00–07 0089 Channel 6. Transfer Count register 00–15 Yes 00C4 Channel 5.DMA I/O address map Table 34. Memory Address register 00–15 Yes 50 PC 300 GL and 300 PL . Transfer Count register 00–15 Yes 00CC Channel 7. Memory Address register 00–15 Yes 0003 Channel 1. Transfer Count register 00–15 Yes 0006 Channel 3. Memory Address register 00–15 Yes 00CA Channel 6. Memory Address register 00–15 Yes 0007 Channel 3. Transfer Count register 00–15 Yes 00C8 Channel 6. Mode register (write) 00–07 000C Channels 0–3. Transfer Count register 00–15 Yes 0002 Channel 1.

Table 34. DMA I/O address map
Address (hex) Description Bits Byte pointer
00CE Channel 7, Transfer Count register 00–15 Yes
00D0 Channels 4–7, Read Status/Write Command 00–07
register
00D2 Channels 4–7, Write Request register 00–02
00D4 Channels 4–7, Write Single Mask register bit 00–02
00D6 Channels 4–7, Mode register (write) 00–07
00D8 Channels 4–7, Clear byte pointer (write) N/A
00DA Channels 4–7, Master clear (write)/temp (read) 00–07
00DC Channels 4–7, Clear Mask register (write) 00–03
00DE Channels 4–7, Write All Mask register bits 00–03
00DF Channels 507, 8- or 16-bit mode select 00–07

PCI configuration space map

Table 35. PCI configuration space map
Bus number (hex) Device number (hex) Function number (hex) Description
00 00 00 VIA VT 82C694X (north bridge)
00 01 00 VIA VT 82C694X (north bridge)
00 02 00 VIA VT 82C596B (south bridge)
00 02 01 VIA VT 82C596B (south bridge)
00 02 02 VIA VT 82C596B (south bridge)
00 02 03 Intel 82371AB power management
00 0 x 12 00 ESS 1930 audio controller
01 00 00 S3Tio3D AGP video
00 0 x 10 N/A Slot 1
00 0 x 0F N/A Slot 2
00 0 x 0E N/A Slot 3

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Appendix C. IRQ and DMA channel assignments

The following tables list the interrupt request (IRQ) and direct memory access (DMA
channel assignments.

Table 36. IRQ channel assignments
IRQ System resource
NMI Critical system error
SMI System management interrupt - power management
0 Reserved (interval timer)
1 Reserved (keyboard)
2 Reserved, cascade interrupt from slave PIC
3 COM2
4 COM1
5 LPT2/audio (if present)
6 Diskette controller
7 LPT1
8 Real-time clock
9 ACPI
10 Available to user
11 Available to user
12 Mouse port
13 Reserved (math coprocessor)
14 Primary IDE (if present)
15 Secondary IDE (if present)

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Reserved (cascade channel) 5 16 bits Open 6 16 bits Open 7 16 bits Open 54 PC 300 GL and 300 PL .Table 37. DMA channel assignments DMA channel Data width System resource 0 8 bits Open 1 8 bits Open 2 8 bits Diskette drive 3 8 bits Parallel port (for ECP or EPP) 4 -.

© Copyright IBM Corp. POST error messages are 3-. The Hardware Maintenance Manual provides a complete list of beep codes. 8-. Beep codes Beep codes are a series of tones in sets of two or three that sound when there are POST errors. during startup.Appendix D. POST finds problems with the hardware or a change in the hardware configuration. or 12-character alphanumeric messages. 4-. 2000 55 . Error codes Complete lists of POST and beep error codes are provided in the PC300GL and PC 300PL User Guide and in the Hardware Maintenance Manual. 5-. The beep pattern represents numeric values and provides further information about the location of a potential problem. POST error codes POST error messages appear when.

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output 25 parallel port 46 power PCI 40 supply 27 power supply 44 I supply connector 44 serial port 45 Power Supply 25 SVGA 33 IDE power-on self-test 29 system memory 34 connector 42 publications.Index A D K Accelerated Graphics Port 8 DDC 9 keyboard port connector 45 ACPI 30 DIMM 6 kilobytes viii address maps direct memory access 7 DMA I/O 50 diskette drive input/output 48 connector 43 M PCI configuration 51 interface 11 system memory 47 DMA 7 machine model byte 32 Adlib 10 DMA I/O address map 50 machine-sensitive programs 32 ADSL modems 3 dual inline memory module 6 major features 1 Advanced Configuration and Power DVD-ROM 2 megabyte viii Interface 30 DVI-I memory Advanced Power Management 30 connector 34 connectors 34 AGP 8 interface 8 system 5 APM 30 microprocessor 5 audio MMX 5 connectors 10 E mouse 12 mouse port connector 45 controller 10 device drivers 10 ECP 12 EEPROM 13 subsystem 10 end-of-interrupt (EOI) 31 N enhanced parallel port 12 network B EOI (end-of-interrupt) 31 EPP 12 Eathernet 13 basic input/output system 29 error codes token ring 13 beep error 55 alphanumeric 55 bibliography 59 BIOS 29 beep 55 complete lists 55 O bus POST 55 overview 1 PCI 7 Ethernet 13 overvoltage 27 universal serial 7 expansion adapters 13 PCI 13 P C slots 13 PAL 8 extended capabilities port 12 CD-RW(Rewritable) 2 parallel port 12 channel assignments parallel port connector 46 DMA 54 IRQ 53 F PCI connectors 40 chip set 5 flash interrupts 31 clock 13 EEPROM 13 PCI configuration space map 51 CMOS 13 update utility 30 PCI connector 40 compatibility frames per second 8 pin assignments 33 hardware 31 Plug and Play 29 software 32 port component current 26 G keyboard 12 Configuration/Setup Utility 30 mouse 12 connector GB viii gigabyte viii parallel 12 cables 17 ports diskette drive 43 serial 11 DVI-I 34 IDE 42 H POST 29 errors 55 keyboard 45 hardware interrupts 31 Power mouse port 45 hex viii input. related vii USB 44 input/output address map 48 Wake on LAN 44 integrated peripheral controller 11 Connector Panel interrupts hardware 31 R desktop. tower 17 connector panel PCI 31 real-time clock 13 desktop 18 software 32 related publications vii tower 19 Remote Program Local 13 reserved viii © Copyright IBM Corp. 2000 61 .

Rocker Switches 15 S serial port connector 45 Serial ports 11 shutdown 27 SMID 1 software CDs 30 compatibility 32 diagnostic program 30 system 29 SoundBlaster 10 specifications desktop 21 tower 22 SPP 12 standard parallel port 12 SVGA monitor connector 33 system board 5. 14 system memory map 47 T terminology viii token ring 13 U UART 11 Universal Serial Bus 7 USB interface 7 port connectors 44 V VGA 9 video DVI-I 34 frames per second 8 graphic solutions 8 graphics array 9 modes 10 SVGA 33 Video Electronics Standards Associ- ation 9 W Wake on LAN 3 Wake on LAN connector 44 Wake on Ring 3 62 PC 300 GL and 300 PL .